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My boss wants to purchase a new phone but has an important voicemail message he doesn't want to delete from his current HTC Incredible 2. How can we move/convert that file from his existing device and keep a copy of it on a local hard drive?

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I'm not sure how to do this regularly. It could be accomplished by rooting the device. Since you are getting rid of it anyway, it might be worth it. – Josiah Nov 26 '12 at 21:21
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I would just get a headphone male-male cable and plug it into my computer (mic/input), record into audacity (since it's free) and save the files. There are more advanced ways, but if the goal is keep them on the drive - then that is probably the simplest.

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Thanks, this sounds like a pretty simple path. – James Alexander Nov 26 '12 at 22:45

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